A combination of wet weather, new double fungicide-resistant strains of blight and repeated block applications of fungicides ...
Resurfacing from being quite literally bogged down in lambing, I’m reflecting on how the past month has been characterised by ...
This week’s photo comes courtesy of Olivia Hesketh, parts assistant at Rickerby, and captures a day in the life during her ...
Agricultural engineers from across the industry are collaborating to future-proof key digital resources increasingly used by ...
As we enter the second week of April, we have grazed approximately 40% of the total grazing platform area, well behind target ...
Rapidly garnering a reputation as one of the most challenging seasons in decades, the ongoing wet weather means conditions ...
Maize growers should be prepared to address soil compaction and drill later if required after a record-breaking period of ...
Welcome back to another edition of This Week in Farming, your regular round-up of the best Farmers Weekly content from the ...
A distinguished campaign promoting British beef gets under way next week, starting on 23 April to coincide with St George’s ...
Labelling of pork products is not helpful to inform UK consumers looking to buy sustainable meat, and there is room for ...
Farmers in Shropshire are taking action against rural criminals following months of thefts in the countryside. Over the past ...
Defra has responded to criticism from the farming industry and removed a requirement for land to be within 150m of rivers to ...